In the absence of real news about Star Wars Episode VII, the dribs and drabs will have to suffice. We've got a few tidbits for you today.
First, Los Angeles-based cameraman Andrew Bikichky has tweeted out a picture of the two primary 35mm film cameras that J.J. Abrams will be using on the set. The A-camera is named "Deathstar" (that's Bikichky's spelling -- we can't confirm if it's actually misspelled on the camera) and the B-camera is named Millennium Falcon.
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